Walkways or Catwalks are the answer to a cats prayers. If there’s one thing cats love to do, its lording it over all other mortal beings from up high. Unless they’re couch potatoes and prefer the comfy sofa cushions in front of the big screen they like being up high.
Most of our walkways or catwalks are custom made and installed.
We also manufacture a number of DO-IT-YOURSELF CATWALKS. (Click on link for more information and pricing). It is recommended that all walkways or catwalks be installed directly to the wall studs, this will insure the safety of your loving cat.
- Walkway widths – ( Some widths may require additional bracing )
- Fencing ( guard rails, for those cats that may sleep walk)
- Surfaces – Lacquer, paint, non skid, carpet, plain (Just wood – cabinet grade plywood)
- Lengths (Longest length about 96″)
- Corner landings
40″ custom cat walk with bridge.
Here is a corner platform landing above an open door. Going back to a raised walkway with a 7 foot cat tree as a jumping on and off starting point.
This walkway system has a few jumping on and off spots. On the far left is a series of platforms and a spiral stepcase. From the top platform a walkway leads down into a jump off / on platform, which also doubles as a scratching post. From there the walkway splits into a high road and low road. With the high road leading to a corner platform. The low road also leads to a corner platform which then goes to a fireplace mantel.
Almost makes you think you were in Disneyland. Above left starts with a series of platform zig zag steps hidden by painted leaves. The steps lead to an upper and lower catwalk, which is also accessible from our hollow tree. The cats are accessible by dueling spiral staircases on the right. In the two above pics, through the window you can see the outside walkways on the oudoor fencing.
This system starts down the hallway with some wall steps, goes across the window and back along the top of the window. It comes back down the hallway, across the side of the room and back above the bed. It continues down the other wall and into a large alcove.